AT&T’s HBO Max streaming service is one of several services set to launch in the near future. It’s also one that we’ve gotten few details about. We’ve seen reports that the price point will be around $16-17 per month. AT&T officially announced the name HBO Max and has verified that we’ll see a launch in 2020.
Here’s the new content we can expect to see from when the streaming service launches.
Dune: The Sisterhood– We shared some details about this Dune series last month. The series will be a new take on the book series by Frank Herbert, with a focus on female characters, the Bene Gesserit, an order of women surrounded by mystery and extraordinary physical and mental abilities.
The Flight Attendant– Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) will star in this thriller based on a best seller from author Chris Bohjalian. The story focused on Cuoco’s character, Cassandra Bowden, a flight attendant who blacks out and wakes up next to a dead body.
Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai– This animated comedy series for adults is the prequel to Gremlins,the movie from 1984. Set in Shanghai in the 1920s, the story follows a 10 year old Sam Wing as he meets Gizmo before growing up to be the shop owner we all recognize from the film.
Love Life– Anna Kendrick stars in this comedy series that follows our main character’s journey for love, from first love to last love. Each episode will focus on one relationship, showing how every person we’re with determines where we end up.
Made for Love– Another comedy series, Made for Love follow 30 something Hazel Green as she makes a run for it after 10 years of marriage to a tech billionaire who has implanted a device called the Made for Love in her brain.
Station Eleven– Based on the novel by Emily St. John Mandel, this series takes place at a time when survivors of a catastrophic event try to rebuild a world after everything they knew has been lost.
Tokyo Vice– Ansel Elgort will be making his television debut in this 10 episode drama. The series is based on Jake Adelstein’s book Tokyo Vice, a first-hand account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department and an American journalist who uncovers the corruption.
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